Chicago Philharmonic Orchestra Coupons and Deals
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Exploring the music of the Romantic Era, the Chicago Philharmonic Orchestra offers a string of concerts throughout its 2013-2014 season on this romance theme. Use this deal and attend your pick of one of four concerts -- held at either Nichols Concert Hall or Pick-Staiger Hall. Ranging in repertoire from Strauss and Brahms to Mahler and Prokofiev, these concerts offer something for all symphonic tastes. Pay $39 ($80 value) for one main floor, unobstructed view ticket to one of these shows: • "Romantic Serenade" on Sunday, November 10 at Nichols Concert Hall • "Romantic Remix" on Sunday, February 16 at Nichols Concert Hall • "Passport to Passion" on Sunday, April 13 at Pick-Staiger Hall • "Romantic Rapture" concert on Sunday, May 11 at Pick-Staiger Hall Chicago Philharmonic Orchestra's Website | Facebook
Romantic music is noted for its sweeping sound, lush harmonies, and coyly winking conductors. Take in seductive sounds with this GrouponLive deal. The Deal $40 for one ticket to "Romantic Serenade," presented by the Chicago Philharmonic Orchestra (up to an $80 value) When: Sunday, November 10, at 3 p.m. Where: Nichols Concert Hall Seating: main floor Door time: 2:30 p.m. Ticket values include all fees. Click here to view the seating chart. The Program Maestro Joel Smirnoff leads the orchestra through a program of lyrical 19th-century favorites, featuring the skilled bowing of violinist and concertmaster David Perry. To shed further ...